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Magnetic Robots (via Real Purdy) The tin can version of Mr. Potato Head, these magnetic robots are cute mix and matched aliens you can make with tons of possibilities. Given how successful the Switch has been, it's understandable that we've seen quite a few carry case options arrive on the market. However, the MagGo offers something a little different; instead of fiddly zips and clasps, it uses magnets.
Iron is magnetic, so any metal with iron in it will be attracted to a magnet. Steel contains iron, so a steel paperclip will be attracted to a magnet too. Test your knowledge of magnetic forces. Design a poster to explain the science behind your game or activity. Stage it in an attractive eye catching way. Resources for group activities, e.g. coins, stop watches, sand timers, water tank – but these will vary according to your children’s ideasMagnet Maze Game (via Cakies) This inventive game takes a few basic materials like a paper plates and turns them into engaging games. See how long it’ll take for the rabbit to find the carrots! Mwaksy and Greg observe how magnets attract or repel each other and attract some materials and not others. They explore the behaviour and everyday uses of magnets and create and design a game using magnets and magnetic materials.
Marble runs are tons of fun, but store-bought sets can be pricey. Make your own with cardboard tubes and magnets instead.Game of Magnets is a game The News Junkie launched years ago. When you see a The News Junkie magnet in